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Who would live underwater for weeks at a time -- and in view of the public? Get to know Fabien Cousteau and his crew doing it for science, bragging rights, and, uh, the freeze-dried food.
On the second official day of the consumer tech show, T-Mobile announced an offer to lure away its rivals' customers, and we got some good hands-on time with even more cool tech on display. Here's the best stuff from Wednesday.
Several teams of scientists, including IBM Research, have announced a collaboration to develop an affordable solar array capable of concentrating the captured energy by 2000.
commentary Facebook finally went public, Windows 8 arrived, and Samsung topped Apple in smartphone sales. But nothing dominated the news like the fight over intellectual property.
IBM and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology are working on a water-cooled supercomputer whose surplus heat will be re-used to heat the university's buildings.
For more than 40 years, the U.S. government tested nuclear weapons deep in the Nevada desert. Now the site is a reminder of what a scary world that was. CNET Road Trip 2012 investigates.
Forget those boring generic desktops sold en masse and prepare to witness the birth of a powerful PC built inside a "Star Wars" AT-AT.
Nuclear power plants in the U.S. are due for upgrades to guard against natural disasters. Will they come fast enough to satisfy a new generation of nuke critics?
Facebook says its Prineville, Ore., data center received gold-level LEED green-building certification due to an elaborate evaporative cooling system that taps outdoor air for heating and cooling.
Step 6: If you're worried that your CPU is about to catch fire, it might be time to call in the big guns. Learn how to install an internal/external watercooling system with the tips and tricks in our Weekend Project.